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good morning. it is friday, september 26th, 2014. welcome to "cbs this morning." new isis terror fears here at home. but how real is the threat. plez, new revelations in the man accused in the disappearae of a virginia student. it is one for the ages. derek jeter's fairy-tale ending. but we begin with today's "eye opener," your world in 90 seconds. we are convinced that new yorkers are safe. terrorists want us to live in fear. we refuse to live in fear. >> new terror concerns in america. security is being tightened after iraq's prime minister said capture militants disclosed a
plot to attack subways in the united states and france. >> we don't know what we don't know but there seems to be no evidence to substantia stan yat the prime minister has said. >> meanwhile the isis militant seen in three beheading videos. ferguson's police chief apologized to the family of michael brown. announcing the resignation of attorney general eric holder. he's been on the job for six years. he plans to stay on until a successor is confirmed. derek jeter with a walk-off single. did you have any doubt? >> jeter being jeter. game-winning at-bat in his final game. >> what was going through your mind when you steps into the batter's box? >> don't cry. dr. rick sacra has left the hospital after fighting ebola. a drierker rammed his way free, hitting essentially cars and four people.
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morning." derek jeter's final game at yankee stadium featured a if thrilling and most fitting finality. he got the game-winning hit in last night's victory 6-5 over baltimore. he overcame his emotions to provide fans with the perfect ending. >> it was one of the greatest moments in a brilliant 20-year career and mark strassmann is at yankee stadium where a capacity crowd cheered jeter from start to finish. mark, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. derek jeter's final home game was storybook perfect. the storms held off and it was one last game of heroics. >> the script is there. the last page is in derek's hand. >> reporter: with the score tied in the bottom of the ninth, derek jeter's last swing was a game-winner. >> here it comes. richardson is safe. derek jeter in his final game
with a walk-off single. >> reporter: a fitting end for the player who became the face of the franchise. >> what are you going to miss most about this uniform and this place? >> everything. but most importantly, i'm going to miss the fans. they're what made this special. this was a lot of fun. i mean it. thank you. >> reporter: the jeter celebration was visible everywhere in the stand. celebrities like jay z were there in attendance as was late night host jimmy fallon. he sent this tweet from the game called jeter the best. he wasn't the only media shout-out. baltimore orioles adam jones immediately called the captain after the game a class act. adding the game and your peers will miss you more than you know. it thrilled the sold out crowd which included his family and a surprise appearance from some old teammates. after the game jeter made a
surprise announcement of his own. >> today was my last game playing shortstop. you know, i want to take something special from yankee stadium, and the view from shortstop here tonight is what i want to take from it. >> reporter: so no more shortstop for derek jeter but the yankees are heading to boston and fenway park for the final three games of the year. jeter said he is going to play but as the yankees' designated hitter. >> boy, what a game. head lines all over the place. >> two perfect. storybook finish. yankee manager joe girardi said you can't dream this stuff up. >> someone said proof that god is a yankees fan. >> struck out in the fifth and a game-winning hit in the ninth. >> way to go. way to go out on top. also in new york city the governor and the mayor are playing down new concerns about
an attack on city subways. some transit rider in new york and other cities are worried because of a statement from iraq's new prime minister. vinita nair is next to one of the business just subways in new york. good morning. >> reporter: commuters are being met with heavier than usual police presence throughout the city but top officials have been quick to remind passengers that this is all precautionary and there is no greater risk. >> with the evening rush hour about to begin, i have a simple message for all new yorkers. there is no immediate credible threat to our subway system. >> reporter: d e spite mayor bill de blasio's reassurance, security was on high alert at new york city's subways thursday afternoon. bomb-sniffing dogs and officers armed with automatic weapons patrolled city trains and platforms keeping watch for anything out of the ordinary. comments made by iraq's prime
minister while attending the u.n. assembly in new york sparked the perceived threat. speaking to reporters, he said captured isis militants told the iraqi intelligence agents about a plan to launch terror attacks on subways in the united states. shortly after the prime minister's remarks some of new york's top officials including mayor de blasio and governor andrew cuomo took to the rails to reassure commuters. >> there is no specific credible information about any specific threat to the new york city subway system. >> reporter: police presence in parts of new york and new jersey had already been stepped up because of the u.n. general assembly, and the general threat posed by isis. in a statement to cbs news, the nypd said new york city normally operates at a heightened level of security and we adjust that posture daily based on an evaluation of information as we
receive it. new york wasn't the only city to respond to his comments. washington, d.c., boston, and los angeles went on to remind passengers they were also at no greater risk. charlie? >> vinita, thanks. air targets hit near syria and the city of kirkuk. it produced much of the terror. the groups in london this monday prime minister david cameron called for britain to join the air war as part of a wider involvement. >> where we should be helping is with the aid, with the diplomacy, with the political pressure, and, yes, with our unique military assets where they can help. >> american intelligence is learning more about the key members of isis. bob orr is in washington with new information on one of its most notorious figures. bob, good morning. >> good morning. for the first time on thursday the fbi said investigators now
have a name for the masked isis fighter who may have beheed two american journalists and a british aid worker. james comey said, i believe we have identified him. he went on to say i'm not going to tell you who i believe it is. the man appears in three beheadings each time wielding a knife and speaking in a british accent. comey warned isis would strike the homeland if it could but he worries more about the al qaeda-linked group, the khorasan group. they have recruited operatives and they've experimented with undetectable bombs. khorasan was working toward an attack. officials didn't know how close khorasan was to launching a threat but he said it's the kind of threat that you have to operate under the assumption that it's tomorrow. the u.s. have identified 12 americans still in syria
fighting with various terrorist organizations. more americans have come home from syria. those people are under varying degrees of investigation and surveillan surveillance. norah? >> okay, bob. thank you so much. the suspect in the case of the missing university of virginia student may be returning home as soon as today. the 18-year-old vanished nearly two weeks ago. wyatt, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. the police here admit they are just about out of leads in the search for 18-year-old hannah graham. their main suspect in this case, jesse matthew, will soon come back to virginia, but investigators say they still need more information about the night miss graham went missing. law enforcement officials in virginia await matthew's return from texas where he was arrested on wednesday. they hope to question matthew, but have also asked the public for more help. >> there is this large significant block of time between the time that we know
hannah graham disappeared and the time that disappearance was reported to us. we need to shrink that down. >> reporter: for now the police say they remain unable to question the suspect. >> he has revoked his raich. we cannot approach him until such time he says otherwise. >> reporter: cbs news confirms when he was a student 12 years ago he was investigated on a question of rape. william haith was his teammate on a football team. >> there were rumors that the sex was aggressive. >> reporter: no criminal charges were filed but he was dismissed from liberty which at a christian university has a strict code of conduct. >> he broke a rule at liberty university which was engaging in sex. >> reporter: when hannah graham disappeared only september 13th, she became the fifth young woman
missing from shcharlottesville five years. a law enforcement source tells cbs news that the fbi and local police will try to determine if the evidence in this case connects matthew to any of the others. so far we have been unable to talk to matthew's attorney for comment, but his friends, his family, his co-workers uniformly describe him as friendly and outspoken and expressed shock that he's been charged with any crime. charlie? >> wyatt, thanks. new violence erupted in ferguson, missouri, overnight. the police chief was just a few feet away. it happened after chief tom jackson spoke to demonstrators. they want criminal charged after the shooting of mike brown. scuffles broke out. witnesses tell our st. louis affiliate kmob, that as many as six people were arrested. early in the day jackson released a video apologized to brown's family. >> i'm truly sorry for the loss
of your son. i'm also sorry that it took so longing to remove michael from the street. the time that it took in involved very important work on the part of investigators who were trying to collect evidence and gain a true picture of what happened that day, but it was just too long, and i am truly sorry for that. >> brown's body was left on the street for more than four hours the day he was killed. darren wilson, the officer who shot brown, is awaiting a decision from the grand jury on an indictment. president obama announced thursday the attorney general will step down. he took office in 2009 at the start of the obama administration. holder is the only african-american ever to lead the doj. major garrett is at the white house with some of the president's options. major, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. the white house says it will withhold the name for a week or two. it includes the current solicitor general and the whoit
council who all scream continuity and familiarity. meanwhile holder's legacy remains mixed. he's one of obama's closest friends, a powerful voice in dab net who often said what the president would not on matters of race. >> we have always been and i believe continue to be in too many ways essentially a nation of cowards. >> reporter: president obama called holder the people's attorney. >> that comes with a big portfolio. civil rights, public corruption to white collar crime. >> reporter: holder will go down in history for expanding civil liberties fi dpai and transgender americans. holder made history of a different kind as well, becoming the only attorney general held in contempt by the house of representatives. republicans accuse holder of withholding documents from operation fast and furious, a federal gun-tracing effort that
was involved in the death of border patrol brian terry. >> stop talking now. wayne, would you conduct yourself as a member of congress. it's unacceptable and it's shameful. >> reporter: holder authorized the skpapgs of government surveillance of phone and internet traffic and in the case of the "associated press" sought phone records of some of the reporters. >> when we look at invasions of privacy that doesn't seem kw consistent with his general feelings. >> katherine ruemmler, donald verrilli and jenny durkin, america's first openly gay u.s. attorney who just stepped down from the post in the western
district of washington state. we're learning this morning about the shooting of a man in south carolina. it happened this month. a state trooper is charged with assault. prosecutors say he reacted recklessly. elaine quijano is looking at what his attorney is saying now. >> good morning. sean groubert approached levar jones for not wearing hiss sbeelt. shortly after asking for his license he opened fire. he was at shell station on september 4th. >> can i have your license, please. get out of the car! get out of the car! >> reporter: jones was shot in the hip. the 35-year-old was returning home from work and was heading home. >> get on the ground. >> i was getting my license. you askied for my license. that's my license right there. >> put your hands behind your back. put your hands behind your back. put your hands behind your back. put your hands behind your back.
>> what did i do, sir? >> are you hit? >> i think so. i can't feel my leg. i don't what happened. >> i need a 1052. >> why did you -- why did you shoot me? >> i think the video speaks for itself. >> reporter: todd rutherford is levar jones' lawyer. >> mr. jones was trying to comply with the trooper's orders. he tried to explain that after the trooper told him why he had shot him. >> the department of public safety immediately opened an investigation into the shooting and last friday fired the 31-year-old trooper. in a statement the department said groubert's actions rose to such an extent that he should be terminated and protocol was not followed in this case. he joined the force in 2005 but left in 2009 to work for the richland county sheriff's department. he rejoined the department in 2012. that year he was involved in a police pursuit following a
traffic stop near a bank. the suspect opened fire on the police. groubert woulded the suspect and was awarded a medal of valor. he's due back in court next month. if convicted he face 20s years in state prison. levar jones is recovering from his injuries at home and is expected to make a full recovery. charlie? >> thanks. more trouble with the nfl. a law enforcement official says he sent the video of ray race punching his bride-to-be to them in april. the unnamed official says he does not know if miller ever saw the video. miller responded thursday in statement saying, quote, i unequivocally deny ever receiving at any time a copy of the video and i had not watched it until it was made public september 8th. in alaska, no damage or injuries after a 6.2 earthquake
80 miles northwest of anchorage. it was enough to stop a senate's candy data news conference. in some areas, the shaking lasted for at least a minute. an american doctor who recovered from the ebola virus is waking up at home since he returned to the u staitsz for the first time for treatment. rick sacra arrived home. earlier he was released from a hospital in nevada where he was treated for the last three weeks. >> the cdc has declared me safe and free of virus. thank god, i love you all. >> 51-year-old sacra contracted ebola while working in a hospital. >> that is good news. it is 7:19. we showed you a debate over police
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this is cbs-3 "eyewitness news". good morning, everyone, right to your forecast, check in with carol erickson. >> good morning to you. hi, everybody. we have great looking day today. i think you will love it outside the board walk looks great even though the board are still wet from all of the rain yesterday, but the skies are blue, ocean city, looking just terrific. >> clear skies, hanging onto them, we'll hang on all weekends long, temperatures are in the 50's, so enjoy the cool start to the day, and also, enjoy the lovely finish, 77 degrees, today, 55 tonight. and over the weekends, vet tore crashes we will be finding temperatures with sun 82 degrees. >> what we like to hear, thank you, good morning, everyone,
also good news, talcony palmyra bridge up, now been put back down. so, 73, you will finally start to move in just a second or heaviest delay, approach the vine st. expressway, the volume problem, however, stemming back toward northeast. forty-three on the blue route, spec some westbound delays on the pa turnpike, as you approach the mid-county toll plaza then on the northeast extension southbound at lansdale, accident, compromising lane, no delays for mass transit. >> we do it again at 75:00, up next on cbs this morning, look at controversial program, that is supplying military weapons in gear to school police in gear to school police across the country.
shares soared. >> it's opening $228 billion made it bigger than coca-cola, jpmorgan chase, bigger than facebook. >> let me get this straight. with allibaba we have an internt startup that makes no startup, was in the united states only duto a cayman island loophole that avoids regulations in that home country. do you understand what this means? the communists just beat us at capitalism. >> wow. >> he has a way of putting it in perspective. that's a different way of looking at it. welcome back to "cbs this morning." alibaba's founder jack ma is very, very happy. he talks about creating the
largest company ever and why he shies away from business with the chinese government. also coming up in this half hour, the nfl player brought back to the team for his little girl. see how he's using the power of words to help her fight for her life. that's ahead. >> great story. time to show you some of this morning's headlines. "the fresno bee" says foster farms is recalling more than 40,000 pounds of chicken. the recall includes 3.5 pounds of grilled strips. they have a best buy date of august 2015. that glitch and problems with bending sent apple stock tumbling nearly 40% on sunday but apple said only nine customers reported bent phones.
"the wall street journal" says businesses that bring gamblers to macau is growing. government corruption and money laundering crackdowns are hurting business. and "the new york times" says the outbreak of child respiratory illnesses are growing. it's likely many more people have been infected. a cbs news review looks at campus police across the country. they've received millions of dollars in mel tai gear from the pentagon but now there are calls to halt those transfers but some say it's necessary. manuel bojorquez is at the university of texas at arlington with the debate. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. texas police protect more than a dozen campuses and 330,000 people across the state. the director of police says those additional weapons and gear are essential given the type of emergencies that can
happen. when university of texas police responded to a bomb threat in 2012, they arrived in this humvee. it's one of three large military vehicles the university's police system has acquired from the department of defense. they recently received this defense vehicle. >> the turret has been removed. there's no weapons associated with it. >> reporter: michael heidingsfield is with the university of texas. what could the university of texas have for a mine-resistant people? >> its purpose is to protect the occupants, save lives, and reduce death. that vehicle will be used solely in response to active shooter or armed intruder events or perhaps in anticipation of a major natural catastrophic event. >> reporter: the university's police department is one of 125
school law enforcement agencies in the united states who have received military gear free from the department of defense. the dod program came under scrutiny in august when police responded to protests in ferguson, missouri, with tanks, combat gear, and assault rifles, some of which had come from the pentagon. a cbs news review of available public data from more than 30 states found that more than 40 law enforcement agencies have obtained $13 million. >> the presence of military weaponry on schools undermines public trust and it undermines public safety and it's not the right response. >> reporter: the aclu is one of 20 educational and civil rights
advocates calling on the defense department to stop giving military equipment to school police. >> post-ferguson, it's brought conversations we never had before. >> reporter: ruben littlejohn is with the san diego police. it received this in april and had plans to repaint it white and use it as a rescue vehicle but last week they changed course. >> we're returning it because some members of the community have expressed the fact they're uncomfortable with a vehicle that's military by design. >> reporter: but many agencies says the threat to their institutions is evolving and point to mass shootings like columbine, virginia tech, and sandy hook. >> i'm required to protect the university of texas. i ought to employ and have in my
repertoire every possible tool. i hope that vehicle never has to leave the warehouse it sits in, but if i don't have it and then we need it, i've about not made the right decision. >> reporter: that armored truck is not stored at this or any other campus for that matter. u.t. arlington's police department has only received items such as first aid kits and goggles from the pentagon. still several lawmakers want a review of the program for all schools and two congressmen have drafted a bill that would limit weapons transferred. norah? >> all right. to be continued, manuel. thank you. and alibaba made wall street history one week ago with the largest public offering in history. since then the chinese-based company has flattened out. the dow dropped 224 points yesterday. jack ma has a network of $26
billion. "60 minutes" sat down with jack ma. >> reporter: with just over $50,000 in seed money, alibaba was born. today it's valued at more than $231 billion and is headquartered on a sprawling state-of-the-art campus that rivals any in silicon valley. ma's personal fortune makes him the richest man in china and one of the most influential. it's impossible to run a business on alibaba's scale without official blessing. >> you were quoting saying when you have millions of small companies using your site and billions of dollars transacting every day, the government cares. >> yep. >> what do they care snb. >> they care that i ask stabilize the country. i told the government if people have no jobs, the government will be in trouble. my job is to have more people have jobs.
usually when people succeed in jobs they have connection, political connections, or they come from a wealthy family. you had nighter. no. >> and you've done this without interference from the government? >> well, nifr got oi never got from the government. i never got one cent from the china banks. i'm very independent. >> that was true when alibaba began and most of its capital still comes from abroad, but more recently some of its smaller investors have included institutions with ties to china's ruling elite. alibaba has also been it frommed from chinese public policies to make it difficult for foreign competitors to operate there. ma explained how he walks a fine line with beijing. >> i have very strict talks to
my team. never, ever do business with government. love them. don't marry them. we never do projects for government. if they come to us, i can't help you, good, i will introduce you to friends who are interested in doing that or if you want me to do it, i do it free for you. next time don't come to me again. because of that we keep a very good love relationship with the government >> and how did jack ma build alibaba into the world's largest e-commerce company dwarfing amazon and ebay combined? you can watch lara logan's special on "60 minutes." >> i watched him. he gives credit to women and he says they rule with their heart and brain and the brain is the largest muscle. >> he was all ears, picking up
and absorbing everything he can find. >> he has lots to smile about. that's on sunday. eibel watching. an nfl player gives his daughter love and life. >> are you ready to get rid of this cancer about you? let's do it. >> all right. his life changed when she got sick but we'll see whahat this devoted dad calls the best news of all time. there he is with his daughter leah next on "cbs this morning."
player davon still says his 4-year-old daughter leah is the light of his life but leah's life has been in danger ever since she was diagnosed with stage 4 pediatric cancer in early june. her chance of survival. 50%. still posted a note and video to instagram before a fateful hospital visit yesterday. presurgery pep talk. i might be nervous and scared beyond words but i'll never let her see it. let's get this done. >> are you ready to get this cancer about you? let's do it. fist bump. >> reporter: still had been cut by the bengals earlier this month. he was sidelined by a hamstring injury and admitted his daughter's health problems kept him from giving 100% to the team. the day after he was let go they added hill back to the practice squad and later to full roster so he could keep his health insurance. still said his daughter's medical bills could reach a
million dollars. >> i just got off the plane. i haven't seen her in two weeks. i'll see how excited she is to see me. i know i'm excited to see her. >> reporter: a glance at the instagram page shows how much his daughter means to him. her life is documented before and after her diagnosis. late thursday still offered a post surgery photo with this note. after a five-hour, 50-minute surgery the surgeon was able to remove all of her tumor and all of her lymph nodes and her right adreenle gland where it all started from. best news i received in a long time. this video was shot shortly before still found out his daughter had cancer. while leah will still need chemotherapy, radiation, and stem cell transplants, there's every hope she'll be back singing with her daughter very
soon. for "cbs this morning," i'm john blackstone. >> big lump. leah still has a lot of other people pulling for her and you have to say something about the cincinnati bengals who made it possible. >> they did the right thing. >> they did the right thing. absolutely. we're pulling for you, leah. absolutely. ahead, the scare on a roof. the woman you see escaping from an intruder is sharing the story what are you doing?
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i knew we both couldn't be here. i knew i didn't want to have a confrontation with him of any sort. my biggest fear was he was going to be forced by the cops to come hiding basically in the same place i was hiding. >> hicks is being held on $50,000 bail. his intention couldn't have been good but good for her, she fought. she fought it out. >> that's right. hollywood may be taking off. the drone that can be used in the strift and other industries ahead on "cbs this morning." before we craft it into a sandwich. the amazingly tender roasted turkey -- always raised without antibiotics,
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(what a change, carol. >> real, i lover brink ago forecast like this. we have sunshine, and it is starting already, looks beautiful out in reading at this point. 53 degrees, off in the distance, you can see, little fog, we did get some moisture yesterday. it is still there. but it will be leaving, because the skies will be bright and beautiful. sunshine all day long wall-to-wall. 56 degrees in philadelphia and trenton, 54 degrees in wilmington, beautiful day shaping up, tonight, a 5 degrees, weekends couldn't be better, vet tory arks
82 degrees, sunshine both date. >> beautiful. love the wages that looks. not going to like however how the rush hour looks this morning. we take a look now, the schuylkill expressway not too far away from 202. both sides of the fence little slow around the king of prussia area. give yourselves more time. also, take a look at the speed censors, not only on the schuylkill where we have low speeds, average around the roosevelt boulevard is 9 miles per hour but 12 on 959 making your way into the city 26 traveling around the baltimore pike on 476 and an accident on the northeast extension southbound at lansdale. mass transit looking great. >> torrey, thank you, next update at 8:25. next on cbs this morningng, costa rican paradise turns into house of horror. into house of horror. your local news continues with
it is friday, september 26th, 2014. welcome back to "cbs this morning." more real news ahead, including word coming in right now that flights were stopped at both of chicago's major airports. the fire that could attract air travel across the country today. but first here's a look at today's "eye opener" at 8:00. >> derek jeter's final home game was storybook perfect. >> derek jeter with a walk-off single. >> officials remind us that there is all precautionary and there's no greater risk. >> director of the fbi says investigators have the name for the masked isis fighter who may have beheaded two american
journalists. >> investigators say they need more information about the night miss graham went missing. the suspect will soon come back to virginia. >> the white house said they will hold eric holder's position for a week or two. meanwhile his legacy remains mixed. >> the doctor who recovered from ebola has returned home. >> what possible use could the university of texas have for a military vehicle? >> it's purpose is to save lives and reduce death. >> this is it. you're here. >> like i'm not there? i'd rather be here. >> you are a good actor. it is incredible.
>> i'm charlie rose with gayle king and norah o'donnell. flights at chicago oh hey is grounded right now because of a fire at an air traffic control center. crews responded to a facility in an aurora, chicago suburb. >> you can bet that will cause problems all around the country. o'hare is one of the world's busiest airports. >> he's in custody but police have yet to question the suspect in the case of the missing university of virginia student. jesse matthew was arrested in texas wednesday and could be returned to virginia today. 18-year-old hannah graham disappeared nearly two weeks ago. cbs news has confirmed that 12 years ago when matthew was a student at university of lynchburg he was investigates on a rape case but no charges were filed. the government confirmed the plans we first told you about yesterday. a handful of companies are being given a waiver for tv and film
production. jeff pegues is at a theater in washington looking at an aviation milestone that could go far beyond show business. jeff, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. this drone has a camera, but not the kind of camera that i'll be using in hollywood when the drones take flight. the faa has given the big studios the green light to use drones in movies. this is the first time the faa has approved the commercial use of drones in the continental u.s. until today, the big movie studios have been using drones in other countries to capture scenes like this from the james bond movie "skyfall." >> inspect all props for cracks and breaks. >> inspecking all props. >> reporter: now it's time to cue the drones in hollywood. one of the companies given a waive by the faa is aerial mob. >> they've wanted this technology for years but they
all pretty much say the same thing. they will not touch it until it's two things, safe and legal. >> reporter: the faa's waiver comes with restrictions. the on rates must hold pilot's certificate, keep drones within line of sight at all times, and operate on a closed set and only during the day. transportation secretary anthony fox says the exemptions show that d.o.t. and faa are taking a safe and reasonable a approach to inthe e grags. the agency has been criticized for dragging its feet and coming up with regulations. in the meantime safety has been an issue. in new york city a drone nearly collided with a police helicopter. >> we had a drone come within 50 feet of us. >> reporter: they're the blueprint for the future and hollywood sees the potential. they helped the six companies win the exemptions. john mcgraw is the group's attorney.
what do these exemptions mean not only for hollywood chrk is getting a break here, let's be honest, but for others who are looking to use drones commercially? >> i think what you're going to see is when the first ones are approved, you'll see hundreds of applications to the faa for uses of drones. >> and the floodgates are open from other industries who want to use drones to do their work. the faa says they've received 40 requests so far. this is the first time they've allowed this to happen and now the requests are rolling in. gayle? >> jeff, i'm not questioning your strength but i'm figuring it must be light because you're holding it with one hand. i thought it would be a little heavier than that. >> reporter: no. it's heavy. i'm getting a workout holding this thing. >> all right. bring one back for charlie. >> thank you, gayle. >> i'm putting my order in now.
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we'reearning chilling new details about the doctor who preyed on his patients in maryland. the ob-gyn took sexually explicit photos of thousands of women and girls. he worked with johns hopkins hospital who will have to pay out nearly $200 million to its victims in what may be its biggest settlement of its kind. michelle miller sat down with a few of the patients. good morning. >> good morning. in over two decades he saw over
2,000 patient and his breach of trust seemed to show no boundaries. young and old, even mothers and their daughters. >> i was angry because i kids to him, i trusted him with my children. not only just me, but my kids. >> she started seeing dr. levy in 2011. her 14- and 15-year-old daughters two years later. jossi brown, four or five years. >> did he ever cross the line? >> certain parts of the way examinations were supplyinot go way they seemed to go. i was young and naive. it didn't seem right.
>> reporter: ignoring their intuition, neither reported anything was wrong. neither knew the hospital required a chaperone present during examinations. dr. levy would also see them alone and had an uncanny fascination with a pen that hung from his neck. >> the pen. i used to tease him about the pen around his neck because he played with it like it was a toy. i was like, is that your toy. he said it's one of my favorite pens. so when the news broke i told my ex-husband, i said, there was a camera in that pen, i guarantee you. there was a camera in that pen. >> there was more than just one. dr. levy had a collection of gants he used to secretly take thousands of sexually explicit pictures of his patients. in february of 2013 an office worker reported her suspicions to johns hopkins. within five days he was questioned and fired. >> johns hopkins had a policy of
having chaperones being present during these types of pelvic examination that were done and that was not uniformly being done. >> reporter: attorneyed howard janet and jonathan show kur led the lawsuit against johns hopkins and interviewed more than 4,000 of dr. levy's patients. >> did johns hopkins drop the ball? >> yes, absolutely. his breast examinations were inappropriate, his pelvics were too often and many without gloves. >> did any of his patients ever complain, raise a red flag? >> yes. he was reported to the charge nurses, he was reported to other physicians. he was reported to any personnel they could find at the clinic. >> you're saying that if johns hopkins didn't know, it should have known. >> that's correct. >> reporter: johns hopkins medicine never admitted wrongdoing and declined our request for an interview but in a statement told us they have redoubled efforts to uphold the
highest standards of patient privacy and has implemented numerous steps to education inform and empower our staff to alert us if they have concerns. authorities never had a chance to charge him. he committed suicide before the settlement began. >> does the settlement bring any closure? >> for me, no. i am a victim of sexual abuse, and you have to take baby steps. >> it's a little bandage to try to lay on an open scar, but i'm going to come out of it, though, because i'm a survivor, you know, like i believe she is as well. it takes time to heal. >> reporter: law enforcement authorities did not find any evidence that dr. levy had sold or posted any of the pictures on the internet and consider the case now closed. the amount each patient will receive will be determined
individually based on the level of harm dr. levy committed against them. >> all right, michelle. thank you. and ahead, paradise shattered. >> i'm susan spencer of "48 hours." this incredible mountaintop home in the jungles of costa rica was the dream house of former wall street whiz john vendorr and hi wife ann until he wound up dead. how did that happen? coming up on "cbs this morning." >> announcer: this portion of "cbs this morning" sponsored by toyota. let's go places. he insisted on using the rain to save water. fourteen years ago, i insisted on buying our first prius. because like toyota, we both know there's a way to do things, and a way to do things even better. the prius. toyota, let's go places.
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"48 hours" begins a new season tomorrow night with the investigation of a wall street megastar shot to death in costa rica. his wife was charged with murder but she says there was no crime at all. "48 hours" correspondent susan spencer has a story of a couple who couldn't buy happiness. good morning. >> good morning, gayle. he and his wife ann decided to turn their backs on wall street, leave the country, and use their millions to create an exotic new life. they expected an idyllic existence at one with nature. t. for ann and john bender, the jungle was paradise.
>> that? that's the house. >> oh, my god. >> reporter: and this was home. 4,000 square feet, no windows and doors at all. lit with hundreds of stain glassed lamps. the house was the centerpiece of the wildlife refuge they sets up in 2000 which the fortune bender made on wall street. >> he was brilliant, phenomenally handsome. it was love at first sight for both of us. >> reporter: a math and science whiz, john bender had a knack for making money. >> by the time he was 25, i think he had amassed about $80 million. >> the couple amassed millions but also a problem. depression. although they poured money into their home and refuge for more than a decade, a friend said the peace and happiness they sought was not to be. >> john and ann had problems that money just couldn't fix.
>> depression was an immense bond between them. it's a very isolating disease and people tend to retreat from it, pull away from society. >> over time they with drew, bought guns, hired guards, and lived in near total isolation. >> i think both of them had lost touch with reality. >> in messages ann said were written shortly before he died, john talks of killing himself and just after midnight on january 8th, 2010, ann describes waking up to see her husband pointing a gun at his head. >> i tried to grab the gun. >> were you able to get it? >> no. i was able to get my hands around his and the gun slipped and it went off. >> as to who was holding it -- >> i don't think anyone was holding it. >> how does a gun go off when no one's holding it? >> i think that it fell. i never touched the gun. >> investigators had their
doubts. >> why does somebody who's suicidal shoot himself back here? they said first of all john was left-handed. how does a left-handed person lying in bed shoot himself here? >> he doesn't, the costa rica authorities decide and charged ann with murder. >> i did not kill john. >> some interesting points, susan, especially when we heard that he had threatened to commit suicide but the point is raised how does a left-handed person do that. >> how indeed. >> how important are the forensics in this case? >> it's very vital. a real csi sort of case. so much so we hired experts to go over the ef. we took them back to costa rica in the very room, laid it out, analyzed it, and gave us some of their opinions. >> we want to know what their opinions with were. >> you guys are incorrigible.
suffice it to say the prosecution's version of events is not exactly what they thought happened. >> where's the case now? ann bender was tried once. she was acquitted. she could have left the country. she does not. unfortunately costa rica does not have a double jeopardy rule so they were able to bring a second case. she's tried again and we're with her in court for that. >> the episode is entitled "paradise lost?" >> season premiere. >> and you got the season premiere. >> by not revealing everything. >> i'm hooked. you can watch "paradise the season premiere. the moment derek jeter first captured his attention and how the captain earned respect off
the diamond. you're watching "cbs this morning." we'l >> itch dayton breaking news, blue route open after police cleared a deadly wrong way crash this morning, investigators say the crash happened about 2:30, on the northbound blue route near the schuylkill expressway. twenty-two year old emelia taglia killed after she made u-turn on the highway and crash head on into a box truck. driver of the truck suffered minor injuries. >> we have bright day, bright in every location, including out in reading and at the shore, notice the sun glistening off the ocean, very churned up yesterday, with the coastal storm. 55 degrees, out in reading right now. the sun comes up, and the kids go to school, looks like great start to the day, storm scan3,
in our area, no problems, whatsoever, and we do not anticipate any. temperatures in the 50's, but on their way to the 70s, this afternoon. 77 degrees, day with 12 and 12. twelve hours of light, 12 hours of dark. fifty-five for our temperature overnight, and this weekend, into the 80s, with sunshine. looks like great couple of days coming up. we check on the roads with vittoria. >> thank you, carol. super beautiful outside. also experiencing some super sun glare. soap, it is definately going to affect your rush hour commute. we take a look at the schuylkill expressway, a lot of s's in that owe literation. looking at the schuylkill expressway, westbound delay approaching montgomery drive out to 476 the lent of the slow down. eastbound, you catch a break around the area of the roosevelt boulevard, but, you are still slow, around the area of the curb and approaching the vine. fifteen on 95, southbound, making your way down into the northeast, nine on the schuylkill expressway, watch out for accident, new jersey, 295 northbound, at 206. let's head back toutiesting.
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welcome back to "cbs this morning." coming up in this half hour, you can't help but smile when you hear bruce springsteen. well, cheers to ted danson as csi launches its 15th season. wow. he's in our toyota green room. we'll see what's in store for him on sunday night and learn how former president -- >> hello. >> hello. how big clinton came to his rescue. his lovely wife. >> the greats joe torre shows us what made number 2 nude ber 1. that's ahead. >> right now it's time to show you this morning's headlines. the "los angeles times" says steve ballmer, the new owner of the l.a. clippers is forming an
apple-free zone. players can keep their personal devices. what's behind that? >> i don't understand that. >> i don't get it either. maybe he wants them to get microsoft products. the "new york post" looks at one way the mail did not go through. a brooklyn mailman hoarded 40,000 pieces of mail. some of it goes back to 2005. the letter carrier stashed it in his home, his car, and locker room and work. the postal worker says he'll try to deliver the mail. they blame it on depression and alcohol. that's a new twist on lost mail. the "washington post" looks at america's drinking habits. 30% don't drink at all. another 30% have less than one adult beverage per week. but 10% have ten drinks a day? >> that's a bit too many. >> who are those people?
>> that is a bit too many. >> we do not approve. america first got to know ted danson as sam malone, the flirtatious bartender on "cheers" then the annoying doctor on "becker." now with "csi," season 15. here's a preview. >> this is russell. i need backup and a support team. west 35 -- i just -- i just found the harbor killer. >> congratulations. not sure who's been dreaming of this moment more. me or you. >> show me your hands. >> this is a surprise. in the newspaper the reporter said you traded your gun for a microscope. >> i'm not going to ask you again. show me your hands. >> ted danson. >> very dramatic. >> that's right, norah. welcome back to studio 57, ted danson. as the episode goes on, looks
like you've about got some explaining to do because it looks like you may have screwed up. >> yeah, if you screw up, all of a sudden any lawer who's ever represented any bad guy he would say, well, he probably screwed up on our case too, so it's absolutely devastating. >> devastating. >> devastating. >> what a nice twist on the new season. >> we win. we always win. we always get our man or woman. >> this is about putting wrong man behind bars. >> possibly. >> or being framed. you never know. >> that's why it's a mystery. >> yes. tune in. >> csi started in 2000 and how many seasons have you been on csi? >> four out of the 15. i'm riding in on their coattails. a great group of actors and writers. a lot of the crew has been there all 15 years. >> you can't do without a crew. >> no. >> last time you were here, we had fun because your wife mary
steenburgen was asked how can you not say gosh a rooney after a guy makes love. when's the last time you said gosh a rooney because it made you very happy. >> isn't that the same? >> that sounds like a trick question. >> let's go with last weekend. >> i swear to god. i wasn't saying that. something that makes you happy and delights you. >> you know, we're pollyannas around our house. we celebrate the fact we're together. we do that. we -- we're ridiculously happy all the time so i probably say it at least once a week. >> what do you say? >> i can't go there. gosh a rooney. i happened to say it after the first time we got together. >> i love it. >> what do you think it is about csi that makes it so popular? what is it about the writing, the plott line? what is it? >> i think they've stuck to their guns. they present a forensic mystery that you can play along with.
the science is good. we may find dna faster than humanly possible, but other than that, the science is really good and it's great writing. i think it's always the writing. >> yeah. everybody knows about your friendship with the clintons. so when hillary told you she was going to run, what did you say? >> you're just full of trick questions. was not born yesterday. >> gayle. >> well done. >> okay. >> seriously -- >> how about this -- >> that's the best one i've ever heard. >> how about this. how do you feel about her possibly running? >> i would be there in a shot. i'd support anything she chooses to do. you know, right now she's about to become a grandmother, so, you know, that's all i really care about. >> it could be next week maybe. >> yeah, soon. i was able to sit in the last session at tgi and got to see them as a family standing up there. i think that's what she's focusing on. >> you know, a lots of people
became smitten with you because of "cheers." and there's this kmishl running right now. a sheshy car commercial and they play the "cheers" music. the producer who shall remain nameless had a discussion. he doesn't like to refer to it as "cheers" music. how you do like it? >> i'm on the same side. it's like using fred astaire music. let it lie. >> tell me about larry. >> what do you want to know about larry? >> "curb your enthusiasm." >> he is a genius. he turned, you know, half hour comedy on its ear with his show. and now he's about to go do a play. and i did a table read and it's a wonderful play. it's very funny. larry's going to be in it. >> you did "curb your
enthusiasm" with larry david to talk about "ocean a na." >> yeah. i was the anonymous donor who made sure everybody knew i was ocean a na. >> that's a passion for you. >> exciting. i've been doing it for 25 years. we really are, all of us working on ocean issues have turned a corner. we do know what to do. instead of talking about fish which puts people to sleep in about two minutes, we're talking about ending -- about world hunger because you -- if you do it right, if you harvest fish correctly and not waste it like we do, you could provide 1 billion fish meals per day. we're about to be 9 billion. perfect protein. you use fresh water. >> a lot of things we could do if we got smarter at doing it.
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a special tip of the hat to derek jeter. his 2-year-old nephew, how cute is jalen, salute him following last night's epic game-winning hit and jeet 'eers last at-bat in yankee stadium. mark strassmann is there. mark, do you still feel the vibe? >> good morning. i'll tell you. what a dramatic finale here. potential winning run at second base and up comes derek jeter for his final at-bat at yankee stadium. >> base hit to right field. here comes richardson. here's the throw from markakis. wichdson is safe. derek jeter ends his final game with a walk-off single. >> reporter: a hollywood ending closed the jeter era.
the kid from kalamazoo owned new york again. >> i'm going to be honest with you. these last few weeks have gotten tougher and tougher. i told you members of the media i didn't want to talk about it because i try not to think about it, but it was very, very difficult. it's all worthwhile. >> here's the kid, derek jeter hunting for his first major league hit. send base hit into left. >> may 30th, 1995, jeter was 20. >> i'm sure that will be the first of a lot of hits for that brilliant young infielder. >> reporter: for two decades he built the mystique of a champion. jeter owns five world series wins. >> a lot of times those players don't live up to what you hear about them but derek does. >> reporter: joe torre was named yankee manager in 1996, jeet 'eers first full season. what did you know about jeter other than he was a first round pick and considered an up-and-comer. >> i can't say i knew a whole lot.
i didn't know anything about him. i remember seeing him on tv being interviewed and they asked him the question about being given the shortstop's job. and he said, well, i'm going to get an opportunity to win the job. >> reporter: they won four world series in five years. this was the guam-winner in 2001. >> swung out. at the track. at the wall. see ya, see ya, see ya. >> reporter: but two fielding plays stamped his ka rare. the flip in 201. >> derek jeter with one of the most unbelievable plays you will ever see by a shortstop. >> and the dive in 2004. >> jeter on the run makes the play. he flies into the stands. >> what makes him special as player? >> he's one of those guys that handles the pressure situation. the game doesn't speed up up for him. it stace at the pace he can handle it. pyou don't see many of those
guys. >> even among the best players. jeter who is not maybe the most talented player who's ever come down the pike, however, he finds a way to make things happen. >> hit toward the hole. jeter backhands from the outfield. got him. >> reporter: jeter defined his generation of players on the field and off as new york's most eligible bachelor. former teammate paul o'neill. >> there was something about him. he has charisma, a personality about it. there was always a smile. >> and in the 12 years that i managed him, never once did he ask permission to bring anybody in the clubhouse for a look around. now that may not sound amazing to you, but to me he was there to work. >> jeter and his team both struggled in his final season, but none of that mattered last night. yankee fans let number 2 know he is their number 1. that i lived a dream.
i mean this is -- you know, since i was four or five years old. you know, part of that dream is over now. >> number 2, derek jeter. number 2. >> reporter: i asked joe torre what it is about jeter personally that makes him so special on the field. he told me jeter is always comfortable in his own skin, he never forgets who he is, and he's never afraid to fail. gayle, a recipe of success for anyone. >> i'll say. >> indeed. i think about this. he said he was a bit scared last night as they hit
the ball to him. 3,463 hits in his career. >> wow. bravo. >> we'll be right back.
here's a lack back at the week that wasle ha lewas. have a great weekend. >> yeah. >> anyone who would plot against america, we will not tolerate save hairchs for terrorists who threaten our people. >> you're seeing the beginnings of a sustained campaign. >> the people we were speaking to have welcomed the air strikes. >> both terrorist groups can be eradicated and destroyed. >> no one believes it. >> saudi planes being involved? >> absolutely. >> the intruder appeared to be unarmed and mentally unstable. >> the entrance to the white house is secure. does that mean the door's locked now? >> the police say they now have enough evidence to charge 32-year-old jesse matthew with the abduction of hannah graham. >> jesse matthew was the last person she was seen with. >> flames have burned nearly 130 square miles.
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from the cbs broadcast center in philadelphia. this is cbs-3, "eyewitness news". >> good morning, i'm erica von tiehl. update this morning on breaking news, a wrong way crash on the blue route, closed i76, 2:30, to just before 6:00 this morning. police say 22 year old emelia cagelia made u-turn on the northbound blue route near the schuylkill expressway then crashed head on into a box truck. the truck driver suffered minor injuries. let's get our forecast right now with carol ericson in for katie. you brought good news with you. >> oh, i did, i d i brought bad news yesterday, but today making up for t we have sunshine, temperatures today great get to go 77 degrees, right now, through center city, it is 63 degrees. lovely start to the day. and the finish will be just as
nice, you can see why. storm scan3, we've got no problems, and headed in our direction, at all. all of our problems, have moved away. let's hope that's true, all day. we've got 58 degrees in philadelphia, right now, 61, in trenton. we have readings that will be getting to 77 today, how about 82 degrees? both saturday and sunday, monday, few clouds, 78 degrees, maybe a shower, coming for us, tuesday, otherwise, wednesday, and thursday, looking not bad, still in the 70s, comfortable week ahead. vittoria? >> looking really good. carol, thanks so much. one place that we are not moving in the right direction, would be on the schuylkill expressway, because, we're still dealing with high volume. traveling in the westbound direction, approaching montgomery drive, then out through to the area of i would say even beyond grad win, still dealing with rush hour, rush hour declares not only sprinkled on the schuylkill but traveling on 95, 476, the pa turnpike, and definitely eastbound on 422, so still given yourself more time this morning, also, any flights to and from chicago have been grounded. so, if you are planning to
head to the airport, note that, if that's where you're headed or maybe picking someone up. accident new jersey 295 northbound 206. mass transit however looks great. >> torrey, thank you, that's eyewitness fuse for now, talk philly coming up at noon. i'm erika von tiehl. hope you have a great morning.
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